Tesla Motors Launches Model X Amid Possibility of Takata Air Bag Recall

FREMONT, California (September 29, 2015) —  In the same week that Tesla Motors launches its newest electric crossover car the Model X at its Fremont headquarters, the Tesla brand has also been identified as one of seven car makers using Takata air bags that could be potentially defective and subjected to recall. The  National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) has … Read More

Hyundai Recalls 470,000 Sonata Cars Due to Engine Defect

Hyundai will recall roughly half a million Sonata sedans to inspect and possibly replace their engines due to a manufacturing defect that may cause engine failure. The recall affects some 470,000 cars built between December 11, 2009 and April 12, 2012 that feature a 2-liter or 2.4 liter gasoline engine and were built at the manufacturer’s Alabama assembly plant. Roughly … Read More

2015 Mercedes B-Class Electric Drive Owners Report Unexpected Power Loss

When a car buyer pays out $42,000 to purchase a brand new 2015 Mercedes B Class electric vehicle most people would expect its performance to be best in the business, but that hasn’t been the case for two clients represented by Johnson Attorneys Group. These car owners both experienced similar issues with their brand new German-made electric Mercedes. While driving … Read More

Volkswagen to Recall 482,000 Diesel Cars Fitted with Illegal “Defeat Device”

Volkswagen has been ordered to recall 482,000 cars after the Obama administration discovered the auto manufacturer intentionally tried to evade smog emissions testing equipment by using a “defeat device” in its some vehicles sold between 2009 and 2015. The announcement was made today by the Environmental Protection Agency. The vehicles were purposely fitted with a device that could detect when … Read More

2015 Honda Fit Hatchback Recalled for Due to Potential Stalling Risk

If you are the owner of a 2015 Honda Fit hatchback, expect to receive a recall notice in the coming weeks from American Honda Motor Co. due to a defect that can lead to the vehicle stalling. Roughly 17,800 Honda Fit vehicles in the United States are now under recall after the manufacturer discovered a problem with the electrical noise … Read More